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Aprilia : Rs 50 1999 Aprilia Rs50 - Pristine Condition! on mail.2040motos

$2,850
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Aubrey, Texas

Aubrey, TX

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"Pristine" & "Rare" 1999 Aprilia RS50 50cc, Water-cooled, 2-stroke, Street Legal Cafe Racer! Sale includes the following: All manuals, original paperwork, clean & clear Texas Title for a safe & smooth transaction. I will also include the red stretchy cover with "Aprilia Racing" embroidered logo and BikeTek Aprilia bike mat shown in the photo! Images will show that this bike has never been down, no scratches, blemishes, paint chips, etc. It has been adult owned and stored indoors. EXTRAS FOR SALE: I have the following NEW PARTS for sale that have not been installed. * Barnett Heavy Duty Clutch Springs - $15 * Esjot 420-14t Front Sprocket - $26 * Esjot 43t aluminum annodized rear sprocket - $46 * I can also direct you to a NEW Arrow exhaust with Carbon Fiber silencer & the upgraded carb kit if interested. These bikes stopped being imported into the U.S. in about 2005 and have become collectible and rare. Serious inquiries and buyers please CALL 214-215-XXXX.

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